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  • Squawk 4:58 pm on 26/05/2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Accessibility, coding, inaccessibility, web design   

    How do deaf blind people use a computer 

    A very interesting article giving a real insight into the subject. Please visit: How deaf blind people use the computer http://twurl.nl/ebexqj #accessibility

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  • Squawk 7:30 pm on 25/05/2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Accessibility, communication., Usability   

    Making communication more usable: Very g… 

    Making communication more usable: Very good read about accessibility, usability, TTYs, deafness from http://usabilityfail.com/?p=200

     
  • Squawk 3:01 pm on 22/05/2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Accessibility   

    Face to Facebook 

    Came across this article on the BBC Ouch site makes interesting reading: http://www.bbc.co.uk/ouch/opinion/face_to_facebook.shtml

     
  • Squawk 8:26 am on 17/05/2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Accessibility   

    Morning folks from a sunny Kefalonia, it… 

    Morning folks from a sunny Kefalonia, it’s only 8.20 here but still hot already. Just setting up a more friendly version of Squawk, hope you agree, a few more bits to do, but I think we are getting there. This theme (inspired by Twitter if you hadn’t guessesd) look good and is quiet easy to edit via the CSS. From an accessibility view point the orginal uses colours that are quiet “hard on the eye” – i.e. bad contrast, so I am changing to better contrasts, hopefully to a contrast ratio of at least 10:1 for level 3 conformance to guideline 1.4.

     
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